P.K. Subban hasn't even taken the ice yet in his new Predators' sweater, yet the defenseman keeps hearing the same thing over and over
Fisher will be the seventh captain in franchise history, replacing Shea Weber.
The Nashville Predators have named forward Mike Fisher as the seventh captain in franchise history, replacing Shea Weber who was traded to Montreal in July for P.K. Subban in a stunning move
The former Harvard forward signed a two-year contract with the Rangers, four years after the Nashville Predators selected him in the third round of the N.H.L. draft.
There was a time when Matt Carle was the kind of defenceman who could command a big, multi year contract in free agency. This summer, though, the 31-year-old was perhaps fortunate to get a cheap, one-year contract from the Nashville Predators. It’s a deal that could be a much-needed life preserver for his NHL career. Show More Summary
Howdy and welcome to #Smashville, @PKSubban1! >> https://t.co/oM7l4dnTDKhttps://t.co/dIcCeVJ1nT — Nashville Predators (@PredsNHL) July 17, 2016 Everyone was shocked when P.K. Subban was traded from the Canadiens to the Predators, especially considering his involvement in the community. Show More Summary
Predators fans are likely already happy to have P.K. Subban, as nearly everyone thinks their team fleeced Montreal in obtaining the star defenseman in a trade that sent Shea Weber to the Canadiens last month. Those same fans must be even more delighted with the 27-year-old Toronto native after he demonstrated his love for Johnny Cash. Subban didn’t just […]
She left a message to Habs management, too. To say that Montreal Canadiens fans are upset about the team trading P.K. Subban to the Nashville Predators a few days ago would be an understatement. After all, our own Canadiens blog called it the worst trade in franchise history. Show More Summary
While the huge trade between the Montreal Canadiens and Nashville Predators involving P.K. Subban and Shea Weber dominated the news Wednesday, per SportsCenter, there are several more legitimate trade possibilities as the NHL approaches...Show More Summary
The NHL experienced one of its wildest offseason days ever on Wednesday, with some major deals confirmed. Within a matter of hours, the Edmonton Oilers sent Taylor Hall to the New Jersey Devils for Adam Larsson, the Nashville Predators acquired P.K. Show More Summary
On Wednesday, the Nashville Predators and Montreal Canadiens each committed to different visions of the future. In Montreal, general manager Marc Bergevin doubled down on old-school hockey virtues. Shea Weber is a paragon of the oldShow More Summary
They seem to be taking it better than most fans. Taylor Hall is now a New Jersey Devil while P.K. Subban will be suiting up for the Nashville Predators this fall. Yes, these happened. Just a few hours ago in fact. Crazy, isn't it? While...Show More Summary
Minutes after the Oilers sent Taylor Hall to the Devils for Adam Larsson, the Montreal Canadiens traded P.K. Subban to the Nashville Predators for Shea Weber in a one-for-one trade. The hockey stove is so fucking hot. Read more...
The Montreal Canadiens reportedly traded star defenseman P.K. Subban to the Nashville Predators on Wednesday in exchange for defenseman Shea Weber, according to Sportsnet's Nick Kypreos and ESPN.com's Pierre LeBrun. Subban, 27, has established...Show More Summary
More players are on the move on a crazy Wednesday. In the second blockbuster move of the day, P.K. Subban is officially on the move to Nashville as the Canadiens trade their star defenseman for Predators blue liner Shea Weber. As first...Show More Summary
After acquiring him in a trade with the Nashville Predators last season, the Columbus Blue Jackets locked up defenseman Seth Jones on Wednesday with a six-year contract extension worth $5.4 million per season. Chris Johnston of Sportsnet...Show More Summary
The San Jose Sharks and St. Louis Blues begin the Western Conference Final Sunday fresh off blowout Game 7 victories. St. Louis derailed the Dallas Stars 6-1 Wednesday before the Sharks thoroughly beat down the Nashville Predators 5-0 a day later. Show More Summary
San Jose 5, Nashville 0 (San Jose wins series 4-3) The San Jose Sharks dominated Game 7 of their Western Conference semifinal series with the Nashville Predators from start to finish on Thursday night. The Game 7 victory was the first...Show More Summary
The San Jose Sharks had had enough. They had played magnificent hockey throughout the playoffs, but they had hit a bit of a speed bump in their second-round matchup with the Nashville Predators. The Sharks had won decisively in their three games at the SAP Center, but they had dropped all three of their games at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville. Show More Summary